April 21, 2016
The ultimate comfort food. This recipe for a slow cooker corned beef hash can be cobbled together in the morning left all day and then when you return home in the evening you will be greeted by a warm and delicious hug. It's dead easy to make too 🙂
This recipe is great for using up food in the fridge, feel free to experiment. If you have any other meat that needs using you can stick that in as well. To make a vegetarian version the corned beef can be replaced with Quorn mince and replace the beef stock cubes with veg stock cubes.
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1If your slow cooker has a removable bowl, take it out. If not you can cook this recipe straight in the slow cooker.
2Layer the corned beef, onion, baked beans and potatoes on top of each other. Add seasoning if you wish.
3Mix the stock cubes with hot water. Pour the stock over the ingredients so it just covers everything.
4If you removed the bowl put it back in the slow cooker and cook on high for 4 hours or low for 7-8 hours.
5If you want to make the sauce thicker, add a sprinkling of gravy granules.
6Serve hot with veg or pickled red cabbage. Also great with good old bread and butter if you want to go for the full comfort food effect!